Michael, you might also contact the Missouri State Archives directly, and request a copy of the muster rolls for the Lawrence County Home Guard. I can't say for sure that they have them for this unit, but I would say that I think they do (my use of the muster rolls has generally been directed at EMM and MSM units, but I have studied them for one or two Home Guard units and other even more obscure militia units). These muster rolls are on over-sized sheets of paper, and list, by line, the different members of the unit. Muster rolls also provide a fair amount of information on each soldier, as well as an accounting of casualties suffered and what the nature of those casualties were. In addition, the muster rolls generally provide a synopsis, sometimes quite in-depth, of engagements the unit participated in. These synoposes sometimes provide details of engagements found no where else in the historical record. I have gotten sidetracked for a number of afternoons sitting at the archives, going through muster rolls I had no intention of delving into when I initially walked through the doors of the building. That's how interesting they can be.